International Atomic Energy Agency News
Chernobyl 30 Years Later: Those Who Live in Its Shadow Still Suffer
In the days before the 30th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster today, workers hurriedly filled in pot holes and painted lines on the decrepit road to the destroyed nuclear station. They were getting ready for a visit by Ukraine’s president and memorial ceremonies at the site to mark the
Japan to Raise Nuke Safety Check Competency Per IAEA Review
Japanese nuclear regulators say they'll revise laws, nearly double inspection staff and send some inspectors to the U.S. for training to address deficiencies cited by the International Atomic Energy Agency
30 Years After Blast, Labor to Clean Chernobyl's Traces
Thirty years after the world's worst nuclear accident, the Chernobyl power plant is surrounded by both a hushed desolation and clangorous activity, the sense of a ruined past and a difficult future
Washington Post Journalist Jason Rezaian, 4 Other Americans Freed by Iran
Five U.S. citizens detained in Iran, including Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian , were freed Saturday, the same day sanctions against Tehran as part the deal reached over the country's nuclear program. The Americans released were Rezaian, former Marine Amir Hekmati, Saeed Abedini, Nosratollah
Iran Nuclear Deal: Milestone in Sight, Officials Say
The United States and Iran are within days, possibly even hours, of completing the next critical phase of the landmark international nuclear deal , State Department officials say, a step known as “Implementation Day.” That’s when Iran can verify with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
North Korea's Kim Jong Un Shown Allegedly Signing Bomb Test Authorization
North Korean government officials are touting their allegedly successful test of a hydrogen bomb and have released what they say is a photo of their "Dear leader" authorizing the move. State-run media released a photo purportedly taken in December when Kim Jong Un authorized the test of the bomb.
CIA Confident It Would Catch Iran Cheating on Nuclear Deal
The number two man at the CIA said today he has a "high degree of confidence" that if Iran cheats on the newly-signed, controversial nuclear deal , the U.S. intelligence community would catch them in the act. "Our assessment of the provisions that are in the JCPOA (Joint Comprehensive Plan of
John Kerry on Iran Nuke Deal: 'There's an Obvious Lack of Trust'
U.S Secretary of State John Kerry talks one-on-one with ABC News' Terry Moran about the Iranian deal reached in Vienna.
Deal Limits Iran's Ability to Produce Nuclear Weapons for 10 Years
Today. Because America negotiated from a position of strength and principle. We have stopped the spread of nuclear weapons in this region. Because of this deal. The international community will be able to verify the Islamic Republic of Iran will not develop a nuclear weapon. A historic deal Indiana
Iran Nuclear Deal: Who Got What, The Winners and Losers
The history books will show that both sides got their fair share of wins and both made major concessions. WINS FOR THE WORLD POWERS: Dismantling Most importantly for the United States, Iran has agreed to dismantle most of its nuclear program , guaranteeing they would not be able to make a bomb for